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Indiana Looks to Entice Adults Back to College

An Indiana state agency wants to encourage some 700,000 adults who started but never finished college to complete their degree.

Special Focus: Persons with Disabilities

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This edition profiles Dr. Billy C. Hawkins, president of Talladega College and a critic of misclassifying students as learning disabled.

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Middle Tennessee State University is starting a program that aims to reduce the possibility of sexual assaults on campus by training male students.

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Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell says the system ultimately will show which institutions are doing “phenomenally well” and which ones need to “step up.”

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Alumnus Continues to Build On Dream at Southern Cal Report Recommends Educational Policy Adjustments to Aid Minority Males Role of Technology Growing in Realm of College Advising The Real Hero in Movie ‘Boyhood’ is Education

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A Sweet Briar College student who admitted placing racial labels in a dormitory has left the school.

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Sweet Briar Student Apologizes for Racial Labels

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A Sweet Briar College student has apologized for placing racial labels in a dormitory, saying she did not intend to hurt anyone.

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Grambling Reshuffles From Within

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Grambling State University is looking to hire from within for positions that became vacant after Cynthia Warrick took over as president July 1.

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In an effort to boost college readiness and save money for students from families of lesser economic means, the U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday announced that it had awarded $28.4 million in grants to states in order to offset the cost of Advanced Placement exams.

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A U.S. Naval War College professor has resigned following an investigation into a complaint that he took a racy photo that wound up online.

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